After killing, her way across the seven continents of Hysteria in the service of the great, wise and good Luvya Tree Barstuvia has found herself amongst a band in a tunnel. Having much experience in war, including fighting in the Jungles of Bongo, maiming in the Mountains of Wackystan and peacekeeping in the Streets of Handybag - Barstuvia was unfortunately, and to soon in her young and beautiful life of slaughtering baddies and stealing their stuff, beheaded by a band of Mimists who hated the Great Santa because he though they were bad. Unfortunately she has not killed enough bad people to have her soul rest in pieces, I mean peace, and the Great and All Powerful passed her through his own body – what an honour she thinks (inject sarcasm) - before spitting her - coated in Celestial goop- into the Labyrinth to kill more bad stuff while saving some potion or vial of life. Saving the vial of life sounds like a good idea when you are dead, though she hates it when her God pushes her around, or pushes her through his body to Celestialise her, yucko.
Thursday, January 11, 2007
Wednesday, January 03, 2007
Milosevic Arturo, Milo to his friends, became a professor at a record young age within the Faculty of Post-Modernity and History at the
Throughout his academic career,
Milo stands a large, some would say overweight, 5’ 9”, usually dressed in respectable pants, coat, understated leather shoes and collared shirts with a vivid tie, he has brown slightly unkempt hair that often gets a little bit to long, Milo doesn’t look his age of mid-forty, more late-Thirty, in all he appears as a respected and capable academic and community member. Those that really know him understand his passion and protectiveness towards the weak of humanity is a shadow of the real and powerful intellectual passion he seeks to wield amongst the packs of the Uratha. When necessary
Assoc Professor James (Jim) Brown
6’ dark black with a short afro and forever in a lounge suit that is gold, green or red Jim Brown is an Associate Professor of History at
Their favourite drinking and karaoke venue is the Red-I Lounge. In
VIP rooms are available for private parties and singers who'd rather not share their talent just yet, and the change is made from karaoke to dance at 10 p.m. Entry is free during karaoke hours - expect to hear karaoke-favourites like "Tainted Love” and “Here Comes The Sun"; later on you might have to pony up $5. On Saturdays 272 Entertainment steps in to handle the music, a fact that matters if you are into beats. If you are running low on cash, bring a college ID (plus your real one) and get yourself a 10 percent discount.
Sergeant Fred (Mal) O’Malley and Lieutenant Anna Scully
Inquisitive and questioning the stocky and muscular 5’5” O’Malley is the red haired and ruddy muscle in the Scully O’Malley team. As good with a shotgun as with monstering those on the wrong side of the law O’Malley takes his work trying to curb the power of gangs on the streets of
The investigative and inquisitive mind that drives the duo Scully is as intelligent as she is quick witted and will follow a lead on the streets with the obsessive determination and guts of a veteran police officer, despite her short time out of the academy. Scully has a six sense for danger and though reluctant to shoot, she is not afraid to pull her pistol at a sign of trouble on the streets. She is close to Milo seeing his work as a positive step in making the streets of
Sarah, Luke and Iggy
This trio of street kids sticks together for protection and takes part in the community action group as a way to learn some survival skills on the streets. Led by the 17-year-old Sarah they enjoy their classes with